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Canvass numa frase em (in ingles)

  1. Apparently, I'd defecated and urinated on the canvass.
  2. Tarpaulin: heavy canvass used as a protective covering.
  3. It is the blank canvass, upon which everything takes.
  4. He pulled out his knife and cut into the canvass wrapping.
  5. A canvass of the neighborhood had confirmed their absence.

  6. And one other thing: help canvass the area for signatures.
  7. The dimensions of the canvass are eighteen feet by twelve.
  8. The eyes were wide, but not yellow as depicted on the canvass.
  9. They closed off the lobby and did a floor-to-floor canvass.
  10. The twelfth page is the heart of this report; that I mean to canvass.
  11. A stretch of coal black canvass laid out flat covered the grass behind me.
  12. As he neared the chapel he found a rectangular canvass tarpaulin spread out on.
  13. Becky Randall understood suddenly that we weren’t conducting a routine canvass.
  14. A cold canvass in the Mission was stressful and dangerous, and it had been unproductive.
  15. Nobody was happy to see us either, especially as we moved into Southeast on our canvass.

  16. I canvass principles and measures solely with a view to the great interests of my country.
  17. A couple of uniforms started collecting shell casings, and a pair of detectives began to canvass the neighbors.
  18. When he was finished, he put the remaining half-roll in the cargo pocket of his canvass work pants and pulled out his wallet.
  19. My hands and ankles were bound with restraints and a rough canvass hood was placed over my head and drawn tight around my neck.
  20. She said if I would sign a power of attorney to her she would canvass her business acquaintances and would surely come up with a more.
  21. Jeanette, having taken a few rare days off, and registering herself to become an official circulator, agreed to canvass with Mac one day.
  22. Lucy stared into the white canvass, she could visualise the film that she had watched with Michael (or was it Jonathon); she was confused.
  23. Now it was getting on toward noon; CSU was winding down its canvass, there were no more witnesses, and it wasn’t even Pulaski’s case, technically.
  24. Feeling heartsick and angry, I rejoined the canvass, and between the eight of us, we came up with exactly no idea who had robbed the market and shot Maya Perez to death.
  25. When he reached Roopa’s place eagerly, he found it filled with Sathyam’s colleagues who came to canvass for their candidate for the presidentship of their association.

  26. That’s the canvass and box of circuitry, chips and wires completed, said Norman Junior, using his analogy; all we need now is the paint, artist and software program.
  27. I will ask you to canvass the suggestions and wishes of the Regional Administrators before establishing the list of zoos to be created and of the types of fauna to be imported.
  28. To hear the woman whom, no harsher name than folly given! So voluntarily, so freely, so coolly to canvass it! No reluctance, no horror, no feminine, shall I say, no modest loathings? This is what the world does.
  29. To hear the woman whom—no harsher name than folly given! So voluntarily, so freely, so coolly to canvass it! No reluctance, no horror, no feminine, shall I say, no modest loathings? This is what the world does.
  30. I thought that this was a common report of one of our ordinary committees, which I had a right to canvass or to slight, to applaud or to censure, without raising any extraordinary concern, either here or elsewhere.
  31. But while the Administration support their system only as a municipal regulation, as a means of safety and preservation, those who canvass their principle are not called upon to contest with them on ground, which not only they do not take, but which, officially, they disavow.
  32. This opportunity of discussion of the answer to an address, however exceptionable the address might be when it had received the last seasoning for the Presidential palate, did afford the best opportunity to take a review of the measures of the administration, to canvass them fully and fairly, without there being any question raised whether the gentlemen were in order or not; and I believe the time spent in canvassing the answer to a speech was at least as well spent as a great deal that we have expended since we discontinued the practice.
  1. Canvassing for death.
  2. He does canvassing for the.
  3. He does some canvassing for ads.
  4. At home in DC, I’d start by canvassing.
  5. I had no intention, sir, of canvassing very strictly this report.
  6. The study could be too limited by only canvassing people with cancer.
  7. Fizzicist, said to my Mum he didn't approve of people canvassing for votes.
  8. Canvassing area wine shops, Jacobi’s team had unearthed a few names, nothing more.
  9. I want all of you canvassing around that shop until you get somewhere or someone.
  10. They had been canvassing schools all morning and it was now almost two in the afternoon.
  11. They began canvassing the streets searching for anyone who saw the officer or the priestess.
  12. Generally, after a day's canvassing, he returned home unsuccessful and faint with hunger and fatigue.
  13. I signed up with crime-scene attendance and immediately ordered a canvassing detail to start knocking on doors.
  14. Yet in spite of the high caliber canvassing and the focused presentation, Global had no takers from among the front-runners.
  15. And yet, when we were filming with BJP–RSS workers out canvassing on a door-to-door campaign, we heard the chant repeatedly.
  16. She spent a couple days canvassing for Greenpeace, but found it hard to knock on doors knowing they’d be slammed in her face.
  17. I would not have submitted to the task of canvassing it, if gentlemen had not thrown the gauntlet with the air of sturdy defiance.
  18. Hell no, Sandy said, thinking of the door-to-door canvassing that had been going on because of the heated school board elections.
  19. FOR THE SECOND DAY of canvassing at homeless shelters, I did what I already should have and pulled in more of my team, including Sampson.
  20. As for the man that Gianni and Jill visited, in the disguise of canvassing Jehovah's Witnesses, well, it turned out that he was big, also.
  21. Then one day an activist from the Labour party who was canvassing door to door before the last general election was abducted on his way home.
  22. Brooke in the lurch when he needed "coaching" for the election, and when there was so much canvassing, direct and indirect, to be carried on.
  23. The four of us, along with another team from Robbery, worked the streets adjacent to the mercado, canvassing dives and whorehouses and apartments in the area.
  24. They picketed party meetings and disrupted canvassing activity during election campaigns, but their membership did not improve, and support started to dwindle.
  25. He called Ruddy Montana, and asked him to send his best 100 agents out into the field immediately to begin canvassing every house within the cordon, starting with the houses closest to the bomb site.
  26. He did some samples of showcard and window tickets and endeavoured to get some orders by canvassing the shops in the town, but this was also a failure, for these people generally had a ticket-writer to whom they usually gave their work.
  27. Deputations without and voices within had concurred in inducing that philanthropist to take a stronger measure than usual for the good of mankind; namely, to withdraw in favor of another candidate, to whom he left the advantages of his canvassing machinery.
  28. Brooke on this occasion abstained from boasting of his tactics to Ladislaw, who for his part was glad enough to persuade himself that he had no concern with any canvassing except the purely argumentative sort, and that he worked no meaner engine than knowledge.
  29. Once, when there was a bitterly cold east wind blowing, he was out on one of these canvassing expeditions and contracted a severe cold: his chest became so bad that he found it almost impossible to speak, because the effort to do so often brought on a violent fit of coughing.
  30. That people are much addicted to think for themselves, and in canvassing the propriety of such an invasion, they will consider the actual condition of those colonies, their natural relations to us, and the effect which their conquest and ruin will have, not only upon the people of those colonies, but upon themselves, and their own liberties and constitution.
  31. Nick’s men, during a preliminary canvassing of the caverns directly beneath Kathy and Annie’s property, which they’d done in order to secure these premises from future invasions, found some diaries and journals down there, along with an extensive amount of surveillance and listening devices, which indicate that the demented reverend is most likely responsible for these crimes, as well.
  32. This opportunity of discussion of the answer to an address, however exceptionable the address might be when it had received the last seasoning for the Presidential palate, did afford the best opportunity to take a review of the measures of the administration, to canvass them fully and fairly, without there being any question raised whether the gentlemen were in order or not; and I believe the time spent in canvassing the answer to a speech was at least as well spent as a great deal that we have expended since we discontinued the practice.
  33. But nevertheless the answer to an address, although that answer might finally contain the most exceptionable passages, was in fact the greatest opportunity which the opposition to the measures of the administration had of canvassing and sifting its measures; and, in my mind, whatever goes to take away this opportunity, goes so far to narrow down the rights of the minority or opposition, commonly so called, and in fact to enlarge the rights of the majority and the administration party so called; and I beg leave not to be understood as speaking of the state of parties at this time, but of that which has always existed.
  1. Police canvassed the neighborhood.
  2. The stirring event was well canvassed.
  3. In a flash he canvassed his client base and returned to.
  4. We’ve canvassed the area but no one remembers seeing anything.
  5. I told him that we’d canvassed the city and Half Moon Bay for weeks.
  6. There was a considerable pause, while the boys canvassed this matter inwardly.
  7. Meantime the subject of the arrest was being canvassed in every different form.
  8. For the rest of the afternoon, we canvassed Sorrell Avenue and the surrounding streets.
  9. While Hiss canvassed the area for additional cash and clues, Locke did his own searching.
  10. There is yet one other objection too important to be passed over, though it was on a former occasion so ably canvassed.
  11. Once I had canvassed the colleges I pulled the same move on the southside malls and plazas Woden, Tuggerenong and Civic.
  12. A month ago, they farewelled Agnew into his own private consultancy, and the subject of a replacement had naturally been canvassed.
  13. Legend says the owner has lived up here since it was first planked and canvassed up above the lower rooms before the cheeseapple shoots even reached this high.
  14. In the Sorrows of Werter, besides the interest of its simple and affecting story, so many opinions are canvassed and so many lights thrown upon what had hitherto been to me obscure subjects that I found in it a never-ending source of speculation and astonishment.
  15. It had very early occurred to her that a small sum of money might, perhaps, restore peace for ever on the sore subject of the silver knife, canvassed as it now was continually, and the riches which she was in possession of herself, her uncle having given her 10 at parting, made her as able as she was willing to be generous.
  16. It had very early occurred to her that a small sum of money might, perhaps, restore peace for ever on the sore subject of the silver knife, canvassed as it now was continually, and the riches which she was in possession of herself, her uncle having given her £10 at parting, made her as able as she was willing to be generous.
  1. An armada was sailing over us, canvasses buckling in the wind.
  2. They sped up the process and made two replicant’s at the same time, two canvasses, but could only add the paint and software one at a time.
  3. All the scars and bruises that canvasses his physique and the two bullet wounds that were lunged in his right side by his abdomen turned her even more.
  4. Marius could make nothing out of it, as Jondrette stood between the picture and him; he only saw a coarse daub, and a sort of principal personage colored with the harsh crudity of foreign canvasses and screen paintings.
  5. The first few years had been harsh with the continual struggle for recognition in a vicious, cutthroat world, the continual struggle to pay bills, the never ending battle to find artists who painted saleable pictures and not slushy, self-pleasing canvasses.

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